North Korea continues to enrich uranium at the largest nuclear facility

North Korea continues to enrich uranium at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, which is the country's largest nuclear facility. It was announced by the Head of the National Intelligence Service of South Korea, Suh Hoon.

He reports that even before the recent summit of US and DPRK leaders Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Vietnam, uranium enrichment installations were operating normally.

The National Intelligence Service recalled that at the end of last year North Korea had shut down its five-megawatt nuclear reactor in Yongbyon, which is used to produce plutonium.

National Intelligence Service of South Korea has established active movement of trucks in the Research Center of rocket production in the area of ​​Sanum in the suburbs of Pyongyang. Two intercontinental ballistic missiles were developed there, including Hwaseong-15.

The American Center for Strategic and International Studies reported that North Korea is resuming partially dismantled structures at a missile range on the west coast of the country. Intercontinental ballistic missile tests were conducted there.


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